2019 MAS Donation to St. Joseph’s Hospice

Cheque presentation to St. Joseph's Hospice
Malcolm Rogers (MAS President), Julie Maw (2nd Vice Pres), Rosemary Bradshaw (Brigden Fair Pie Lady), Emily Core (Petrolia Street Bakery), Marie Gorton (Brigden Fair Pie Lady), Tammy Witcher (Hospice – Events and Communications ), Michelle Evanitski (MAS Homecraft President), Lesley Coene (Hospice – Fund Development Coordinator), Isabelle Clark (Brigden Fair Pie Lady), John Scott (1st Vice Pres) and Pie Auction Co-Chair, Loretta Clark (Brigden Fair Pie Lady), Jocelynne Cooper (All for the Love of Treats). Missing from photo: Tammy Warner (Pie Auction Co-chair), and Parks Blueberries.

On Saturday, October 6th, 2019 the Brigden Fair hosted their annual pie-eating contest and pie auction. This year St. Josephโ€™s Hospice was the lucky recipient of the $2,135 raised from this event! They even invited one of our volunteers to partake in the pie-eating contest! Thank you to the Moore Agricultural Society, fair volunteers, contest sponsors and anyone who purchased a pie in the auction.

Moore Agricultural Society would also like to thank Great West Auctions, Rob’s No Frills Corunna and Lamsar who donated services and supplies to make it all possible. L-R: MAS President Malcolm Rogers; MAS Second VP Julie Maw; member Rosemary Bradshaw; Emily Core, Petrolia Street Bakery; member Marie Gorton; Tammy Witcher, St. Joseph’s Hospice; MAS Homecraft President Michelle Evanitski; Lesley Coene, St. Joseph’s Hospice; member Isabelle Clark; MAS 1st VP John Scott; member Loretta Clark; Jocelynne Cooper, All for the Love of Treats.